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Oil Primary Control, Conduit Box

BECKETT

Price: $106.05 / each

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  • Item # 3AAD7
  • Mfr. Model # 7505B1500GU
  • UNSPSC # 40101834
  • Catalog Page # 4229
  • Shipping Weight 1.18 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemOil Primary Control
  • Ignition TypeInterrupted or Intermittent
  • Mounting TypeConduit Box
  • Voltage120
  • Safety Switch Timing15 sec.
  • Amps @ 120V3A
  • Characteristics15 Second Lockout Time, Sleek Modern Design, Replaces Honeywell R7184B, Limited Recycle/Limited Reset Minimizes The Number (2) of Times The Homeowner Can Hit The Reset Button, Communications Port Enables The Control to Communicate with Service Instruments, Security Systems or Data Acquisition Equipment, Includes Terminal Base and Transformer
  • For Use WithOil Burners
  • Special InformationThermostat and Boiler Control Compatible, Programmable Valve-On Delay and Motor-Off Delay, Three Indicator Lights for System Monitoring and Diagnostics, Two Communication Ports for Adding Alarm Contacts, Programming Display, And/Or Future Wireless Communications, Welded Relay Protection with Redundant Motor Relays, Limited Reset and Limited Recycle, Cad Cell Resistance Indicator, Technician Pump Prime Mode
  • Includes5 Year Warranty, 15 Second Lockout Time
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intermittent ignition R4184D honeywell is what my system has on a beckett ignitor. can this item be changed out to replace it?
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following.

There are 4 numbers after the "D" that are missing. In order to find the Honeywell replacement we need the full number. If you can find the full number we can help cross reference the part and try to find a replacement.

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There could be a number of reasons as to why your furnace is shutting off, did the plumber do a complete system check after installing the new controll. The air and oil pressures need to be checked according to what the manufacturer of the unit recommends.

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